As a result of the temporary closing of College offices due to COVAID-19, the enrollment process has changed.
We are receiving an extremely high volume of emails, due to the COVID-19 closures. Response times will be long; please be patient.
Take a look at the steps below:
Power Hour Virtual Info Sessions: Every Wednesday at 1 p.m.
Join representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Services, and Advising.
The last Power Hour for fall will be Sept. 16.
Step 1: Apply to Thomas Nelson
Applying to the College is free. Before you apply, please review our How to Apply page.
The completed application will indicate your domicile status, Student ID number, and MyTNCC username and temporary password. Make sure to keep this information handy.
Step 2: Setup your Accounts
- set up your MyTNCC account using your MyTNCC username and temporary password. MyTNCC provides access to important student information and your College email account.
- You will also have access to our onboarding tool, Navigate, 24 hours after you apply online. Login to Navigate using the credentials generated on the last page of the application. You may download the Navigate app from The Apple Store or the Google Play Store.
Step 3: Complete the Admissions Process
Admissions will contact you if you have any outstanding items, documents, etc. and will share instructions on the next steps you need to take in order to enroll.
If you need additional help you may also make an appointment to meet with staff in the Admissions office. Learn how here: Admissions Appointment
Due to COVID-19, placement testing has been suspended for the 2020-2021 academic year. Your Academic Advisor will discuss appropriate placement in your advising appointment.
Step 4: Advisor Appointment
Four Available Academic Advising Options
- Individual Advising. Schedule an appointment.
- Group Advising. Click here for more details
- Register for Passport Classes
- Faculty Advising
Step 5: Register for classes through Navigate
Navigate is an online platform specifically created for you: a community college student. Learn more about Navigate
Step 6: Register for New Student Orientation
New Student Orientation is a program for all students with no prior college or university enrollment (excluding dual enrollment). As a new student, you are required to attend a New Student Orientation session. Register for New Student Orientation.
Step 7: Order Textbooks online
Thomas Nelson bookstores are your one-stop shop for all the materials you need to succeed.
Step 8: Pay Tuition
Pay for all tuition and fees on time to ensure you aren't dropped from classes. Tuition is due on Friday, May 1 for summer 2020 courses; Friday, July 17 for fall 2020 courses.
Enrollment and Registration
How-to Make an Appointment with Admissions
How-to Make an Appointment with an Academic Advisor
How-to Cancel or Reschedule Appointments in Navigate
How-to Register for Classes with Navigate
How-to Register for Classes with SIS
How-to Drop a Class in Navigate
How-to Drop a Class in SIS
How-to View your Class Schedule in Navigate
How-to View your Class Schedule in SIS
How-to Purchase Textbooks